Relationships & Arthritis

To Tell or Not to Tell You Have Arthritis

What is arthritis – and when you’re seeking arthritis help, whom do you tell? The editors of Arthritis Today Magazine can help. Read More >>

What To Do When Your Friends and Spouse Are Healthy – And You're Not

Use these tips to keep your relationships strong with family and friends who don’t understand your arthritis pain. Read More >>

5 Tips for Managing Chronic Illness in a Marriage

No matter how good your marriage, chronic illness like arthritis can cause strains between you and your spouse. Here are some tips for keeping marriage strong amid the stress. Read More >>

Improve Communication With Your Spouse

Learn how to improve communication with your spouse with these 5 tips from Arthritis Today magazine. Read More >>

A Healthy Marriage Is Good Medicine

A solid marital relationship can help reduce rheumatoid arthritis pain. Read More >>

Dating With Arthritis

If you’re single and have arthritis, it can be super intimidating to talk about intimacy and sex, or even try to date. Here’s how to look for love in all the right places. From Arthritis Today magazine. Read More >>

How to Tell People You Have Arthritis

How do you tell someone you have arthritis? Information about the condition isn't easy to explain. Arthritis is complex, but here’s how to discuss it comfortably. Read More >>

Relationships Help People With Rheumatoid Arthritis

Arthritis Foundation researcher Shelley Kasle’s work shows close relationships can enhance the health of women and men with rheumatoid arthritis (RA). By Arthritis Today magazine. Read More >>

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